Honouring the Ash

Here’s a short video recorded just after a small group met to honour the Ash trees that are to be felled in October at Dartington due to the Chalara dis-ease. A very beautiful, reverent silent walk and ceremony full of gratitude to these wonderful tree beings. I...

Xylella and Chalara: Are they supervillains or symptoms?

This telling essay by Charles Eisenstein speaks for itself. Xylella is affecting both olive groves and now almond trees of Southern Europe. Clearly, we can wonder whether there is a similar narrative relating to Chalara. A few of paragraphs jumped out of the pages...

Would you like to embrace the Wild Feminine?

Love this video from Jumana Sophia. It speaks profoundly to this untamable wild feminine journey and how sex is something we ARE not something we DO. I am also enjoying the deep foraging of the Wild Feminine book by Tami Lynn Kent for our TreeSisters Summer book club...

Fancy a wander for wellbeing and an Autumnal Amble?

A delightful lunch yesterday with Emma of Creative Journeys in Nature and some of our tree friends. It was so good to hear all about the wonder filled walks and forest bathing opportunities she is offering. Here is Emma’s Website with information about how to...

Understanding highly sensitive people: Nurture or Nature?

Working with people – whether wellbeing coaching, storytelling or in placement counselling, I find that, just like myself, high sensitives are often not well supported and frequently misunderstood. ALL of the people I have worked with in recovery have been high...

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